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Fike Farms

P.O. Box 390808
Keauhou, HI 96739-0808
808.328.2265 or
808.322.8100
KonaFarm@cs.com

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Entrance Tour

Welcome to Fike Farms of Hawaii! For those of you that can't visit the farm in person, we have taken photos of what you would see on your car ride up the driveway and to the farmhouse. Enjoy our website tour of the farm!

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Just at the bottom of the driveway with coffee trees in view.  Farmhouse ahead.

 

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Yellow African Tulip Tree to your right on the drive up.

 

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Side view of farmhouse coming up driveway.

 

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Orange African Tulip trees.

 

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Young coffee trees ahead, and parking to the left.

 

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Still deciding on the garden...

 

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Follow the black rock wall...

 

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And enjoy the view of our new barn!

 

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Past the barn up the driveway is a gorgeous Hawaiian Ohia forest with plenty of unique forest birds.

 

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Around the corner from the barn are lovely Hong Kong Orchid trees.

 

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The entrance to the farmhouse, if you can get past the dogs...

 

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They will literally lick you to death!

 

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Beautiful Hawaiian Ohia forest straight ahead.  Home to many native bird species.

 

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Turning into driveway to park, you'll see an array of many gorgeous flowers, and trees.

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Farmhouse with a beautiful new coat of paint.

 

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Our welcoming menehune to Fike Farms...

 

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At this rainbow's end is a wonderful cup of 100% Kona Coffee!

 

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Welcome to Fike Farms!

 

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Variety of lovely flowers, Vincas, geraniums, marigolds, anthuriums, and desert roses.

 

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Polka-dotted plants, striped plants, begonias, hydrangeas, and ferns.

 

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Anthuriums, and Vincas up close.

 

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Polka-dotted plants, striped plants, marigolds, ferns, and turkey feathers!

 

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Resident wild turkeys.  Where else do you think we got the feathers for the garden?